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  • Council Agenda Package – AS AMENDED - December 14, 2017

    Council Agenda Package – AS AMENDED - December 14, 2017

    Please be advised that Council for the Township of Wainfleet will hold a Special Meeting of Council on December 14, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. in the Wainfleet Library Boardroom. Please click here to view the Agenda Package AS AMENDED

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  • Special Meeting of Council - December 14, 2017

    Special Meeting of Council - December 14, 2017

    Please be advised that Council for the Township of Wainfleet will hold a Special Meeting of Council on December 14, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. in the Boardroom at the Wainfleet Library located at 31909 Park Street, Wainfleet. Click here to view the agenda package.

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  • Council Agenda Package – AS AMENDED - December 5, 2017

    Council Agenda Package – AS AMENDED - December 5, 2017

    Please be advised that Council for the Township of Wainfleet will hold their Regular Meeting of Council on Tuesday, December 5, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. in Council Chambers. Please click here to view the Agenda Package AS AMENDED and here to view the live stream.

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  • Consolidated South Wainfleet Drain - Tribunal Decision

    Consolidated South Wainfleet Drain - Tribunal Decision

    The Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs Appeal Tribunal has granted the Township of Wainfleet’s request to have  new engineering report completed under Section 76 of the Drainage Act R.S.O. 1990.  For more information and a copy of the Tribunal decision please click here.

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  • Council Agenda Package - December 5, 2017

    Council Agenda Package - December 5, 2017

    Please be advised that Council for the Township of Wainfleet will hold their Regular Meeting of Council on Tuesday, December 5, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. in Council Chambers. Please click here to view the Agenda Package and here to view the live stream.

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  • Special Meeting of Council - November 29, 2017

    Special Meeting of Council - November 29, 2017

    Please be advised that Council for the Township of Wainfleet will hold a Special Meeting of Council on November 29, 2017 at 8:00 a.m. Click here to view the agenda package.

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Community News

Santa's Helpers 2015 Port Colborne/Wainfleet Christmas Food and Toy Program

Nov 20 2015

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The Christmas Season will soon be upon us and once again Santa's Helpers is depending on the generousity of the community to successfully assist those families in need. Santa's Helpers is an independent non profit organization operated by volunteers with a single objective: to distribute food/vouchers and new toys/gifts to households registered through the central registry.

Food, toys and monetary donations may be droped off at the following places:

  • Santa's Helpers Depot at Community Living, 100 McRae Ave, Port Colborne from December 1 - 18 between 9:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.
  • Remax Reality Ltd. 149 Clarence Street, Port Colborne during office hours
  • TD Bank, 148 Clarence Street, Port Colborne during bank hours

Or Mailed to:

Lynne Goulet, Treasurer, 313 Clarence Street, Port Colborne L3K 3G9

Please make cheques payable to "Santa's Helpers 2015". Official receipts will be forwarded for all monetary donations.

For further information please call 905-834-6576.

The 12 Days of Holiday Fire Safety

Nov 20 2015

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Click Here for Important Details

Holiday Vendor Craft Fair

Oct 06 2015

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 St. Elizabeth Catholic School is hosting a vendor fair, Saturday November 28 from 9am – 2pm.

Vendor list has been updated

 

 

Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week

Nov 04 2015

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Ontario's Culture Strategy

Nov 02 2015

The Ontario government is developing Ontario’s first culture strategy that will set out a vision for arts and culture in Ontario and identify priorities and actions to guide the government’s support for the sector in years to come.

On Thursday, September 24,the Ontario government launched province-wide public consultations – called ‘Culture Talks’ – to obtain input into the culture strategy.   This will be the first time there has been a provincial conversation with Ontarians on the value of arts and culture in their lives and communities.    Consultations will run until December 7, 2015.

Culture Talks will help:

  • establish what Ontarians value about arts and culture
  • identify opportunities to better meet the needs of the arts and culture sector
  • ensure that the government’s policies and programs reflect Ontario’s diverse populations and communities

How to participate

  • Discussion paper

Read the full discussion paper and share your comments.

  • Town halls – October to December

Attend one of the town halls.  Not your ‘average’ town halls, these events will include engaging activities and inspiring conversations with local arts and culture personalities.

  • Online discussion –  Ontario.ca/culturetalks

Join the conversation online, in real time.   You can share your thoughts about Ontario arts and culture, discuss with other participants and vote on their ideas.   The most popular ideas will be listed online.

The Ontario government is developing Ontario’s first culture strategy that will set out a vision for arts and culture in Ontario and identify priorities and actions to guide the government’s support for the sector in years to come.

On Thursday, September 24,the Ontario government launched province-wide public consultations – called ‘Culture Talks’ – to obtain input into the culture strategy.   This will be the first time there has been a provincial conversation with Ontarians on the value of arts and culture in their lives and communities.    Consultations will run until December 7, 2015.

Culture Talks will help us:

§  establish what Ontarians value about arts and culture

§  identify opportunities to better meet the needs of the arts and culture sector

§  ensure that the government’s policies and programs reflect Ontario’s diverse populations and communities